J. Frederick Grassle

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Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
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Grassle JF, Ramey PA, Petrecca RF. (2009) Temporal and spatial variation in infaunal community structure in physically active continental shelf sediments at a long-term ecosystem observatory (LEO-15) off New Jersey, USA Journal of Marine Research. 67: 869-897
Ramey PA, Grassle JP, Grassle JF, et al. (2009) Small-scale, patchy distributions of infauna in hydrodynamically mobile continental shelf sands: Do ripple crests and troughs support different communities? Continental Shelf Research. 29: 2222-2233
Stocks KI, Grassle JF. (2003) Benthic macrofaunal communities in partially impounded salt marshes in Delaware: Comparisons with natural marshes and responses to sediment exposure Estuaries. 26: 777-789
Stocks KI, Grassle JF. (2001) Effects of microalgae and food limitation on the recolonization of benthic macrofauna into in situ saltmarsh-pond mesocosms Marine Ecology Progress Series. 221: 93-104
Snelgrove PVR, Grassle JF, Grassle JP, et al. (2001) The role of colonization in establishing patterns of community composition and diversity in shallow-water sedimentary communities Journal of Marine Research. 59: 813-831
Snelgrove PVR, Grassee JP, Grassle JF, et al. (1999) In situ habitat selection by settling larvae of marine soft-sediment invertebrates Limnology and Oceanography. 44: 1341-1347
Snelgrove PVR, Grassle JF, Petrecca RF. (1996) Experimental evidence for aging food patches as a factor contributing to high deep-sea macrofaunal diversity Limnology and Oceanography. 41: 605-514
Snelgrove PVR, Butman CA, Grassle JF. (1995) Potential flow artifacts associated with benthic experimental gear: deep-sea mudbox examples Journal of Marine Research. 53: 821-845
Bothner MH, Takada H, Knight IT, et al. (1994) Sewage contamination in sediments beneath a deep-ocean dump site off New York Marine Environmental Research. 38: 43-59
Grassle JF, Maciolek NJ. (1992) Deep-sea species richness: regional and local diversity estimates from quantitative bottom samples American Naturalist. 139: 313-341
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